Unveiling the Statue of Queen Victoria, City Hall, Belfast, 1903
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"Unveiling the Statue of Queen Victoria, City Hall, Belfast, 27th July 1903"
Original Bromide Print
Chancellor & Son
27 cm x 35.3 cm (image)
41.7 cm x 49.8 cm (framed)
The Bell Gallery, Belfast
The modern historian Deborah Lavin, F.R.S.A. - gifted by her colleagues at Queen's College, Belfast, 1980.
An original Edwardian bromide print with an image of crowds around City Hall, Belfast on 27th July 1903 with King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra and various other dignitaries and members of the Royal Family having just had the ceremony to unveil the statue of Queen Victoria. The statue was sculpted by Sir Thomas Brock, K.C.B., R.A. (1847-1922).
For an identical print see Royal Collection, RCIN 2600353
W: 35.3cm (13.9")H: 27cm (10.6")
Early 20th Century, Victorian (1837 to 1901), Edwardian (1901 to 1910)